A wonderful run of Opening Day results, including heroics from Pete Ward, Rich McKinney, Oscar Gamble and Bo Jackson.
Three great transactions — and one that Slammed the Sox.
A clever chess move by Roland Hemond netted the White Sox a crosstown haul.
Two brilliant deals, almost 20 years apart.
A couple more Roland Hemond trades, both working out well for the White Sox.
Among a flurry of rough trades, there was one bright spot: Tom Paciorek joined the White Sox on this day.
A double-dip of megadeals would make the White Sox season in 1972.
Luis Aparicio won the Rookie of the Year award on this day — 14 years later, he was traded away from the White Sox (for the second time!)
Three more acquisitions mark the day — all of them good ones.
A good and a bad day for White Sox acquisitions, as Roland Hemond made a killer trade and Bill Veeck a free-agent flop.
In an exhaustive interview, the Hall of Fame manager looks back at his time with the White Sox … and the one time he was close to returning.
Pat Kelly was so good with the White Sox, he turned a 0.0 bWAR season in 1973 into an All-Star Game appearance.
A big Day, trade talks, a firing, and some milestone homers are today’s big moments.
A rubber arm, quitting superstar, phantom reliever and a whole lotta hitting mark today’s look back.
Buck Weaver, Lou Berger and Mike Kreevich rap out big hits, Roland rolls into town, and Tim Raines is cut down.